Gray's Anatomy for Students

Gray's Anatomy for Students is an anatomy textbook inspired by the famous Gray's Anatomy (Grey's Anatomy) and aimed primarily at medical students. The textbook has been praised for its innovative illustration style, which emphasizes clarity and a conceptual approach to learning.[1] The text aims to display the basic concepts for chiropractic, dental, medical, and physical therapy students.[2]

Gray's Anatomy for Students
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AuthorRichard Drake, A. Wayne Vogl, Adam W. M. Mitchell
IllustratorRichard Tibbitts and Paul Richardson
SubjectHuman anatomy
PublisherChurchill Livingstone
Publication date
Oct 2004
Preceded byGray's Anatomy 

Gray's Anatomy was used as the major reference, both for the text and the illustrations.[3][4]


  1. ^ "Gray's Anatomy for Students: with Student Consult Online Access, 1e". Amazon.
  2. ^ Sajko, Sandy S. (December 2006). "Gray's Anatomy for Student's". The Journal of the Canadian Chiropractic Association. 50 (4): 290. ISSN 0008-3194. PMC 1840002.
  3. ^ Gray's Anatomy for Students, page xi, paragraph 3.
  4. ^ Drake, Richard (2020). Gray's anatomy for students. Philadelphia, PA: Elsevier. ISBN 978-0-323-39304-1. OCLC 1089399265.